Lark is a new Neapolitan pizza spot technically in Boystown, but it’s not far from Wrigley Field. Lark is not only a great place to grab a casual dinner and drinks any day of the week, but it’s also our sleeper pick if you’re trying to sit down and get served food before or after a Cubs game. The menu is large, but aside from a couple starters like Tot-Chos (tater tot nachos) or wings, pizza is what you want. If it were up to us, Lark would get rid of everything else on the menu and push their excellent Italian style pies way harder than they do. You can’t go wrong on the pizza front, so make sure you have enough.
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